Temporary Features: Recording a Meeting in Google Meet (Ends July 2020)

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Last Updated: March 10, 2020
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Google has temporarily enabled the ability to have 250 (up from 100) attendees in a meeting and the ability to record Google Meet meetings.

To record a meeting, while in Google Meet, click on the 3-dots > Record Meeting.

Once your meeting has ended (just close the window), momentarily you will find your recording in Google Drive in a new folder called Meet Recordings that you can share with others.

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